CUOMO INDIGNANT AS NY INVESTIGATES NURSING HOME DEATHS

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    1. THE AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL REPORTS: COVID-19 AND CARE HOMES.

      The report on the United Kingdom. A passage from the report:

      Covid-19 has had a devastating impact on older persons living in care homes in England. 28,186 “excess deaths” were recorded in care homes in England between 2 March and 12 June, with over 18,500 care home residents confirmed to have died with Covid-19 during this period. UK government decisions and failures resulted in violations of the human rights of people living in care homes, notably the right to life, to health and to non-discrimination. From discharging 25,000 patients, including those infected, into care homes; to denying care homes residents admission to hospital and imposing “do not attempt resuscitation” orders on them without due process, to failing to provide PPE (personal protective equipment) and testing to care homes. Older persons living in care homes were abandoned to die.

      I guess; “people in care homes had their right to life violated”, sounds better than; “people in care homes were murdered,” but it is less accurate.

      THE ELDERLY PEOPLE IN CARE HOMES WERE MURDERED.

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CUOMO INDIGNANT AS NY INVESTIGATES NURSING HOME DEATHS

While New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo continues to drag his feet on an independent investigation into unnecessary nursing home deaths, more evidence has emerged that the state’s nursing home mortality rates are higher than reported. It was discovered that the state’s mortality reporting omitted residents who died in hospitals. Experts are estimating that the true rates may be almost double their current level.

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